Women in Engineering Victoria

The Victoria branch of Women in Engineering.

About Women in Engineering Victoria

The Women in Engineering (WiE) Victoria Committee was formed in October 2006. The committee is made up of a bunch of passionate and committed volunteers, who come from a variety of engineering disciplines.

The Committee provides a local focus for women in engineering by organising events for our members, as well as the wider community. These events are aimed at supporting, attracting, retaining and celebrating women in the industry.

Committee

The WiE Victoria Committee supports and promotes female engineers working in the state. We work closely with the national committee to highlight and address issues that concern our members. The committee promises to be creative, diverse and inspiring!

Chair
Lauren Thompson

Vice Chair
Fiona Boyle MIEAust CPEng NER

Secretary
Laura Bird GradIEAust

National Representative
Anh Pham

Events Coordinator
Claire O'Reilly GradIEAust

Media Coordinator
Anna Burnett MIEAust

Committee
Sanaz Ghaedsharaf StudIEAust

Michelle Makubalo GradIEAust

Tess Woodland GradIEAust

Sarah Yip GradIEAust

Contact Us

Please send all enquiries to: wievic@engineersaustralia.org.au

Women in Engineering Victoria partners

Women in Engineering Victoria have affiliations with many different organisations that share common causes including:

  • Sponsors
  • Professional bodies
  • Universities
  • TAFEs

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